Random Password Generator

runs on Windows
screenshot of Random Password Generator

For securing your computer, as well as your online life, there's nothing like a password. The best password, however, is not "1234" and it's not "password" either. This leads to a couple of issues: how do you create a good password, and once you've created it, how do you remember it?

Random Password Generator can help you out with both of these issues. It creates passwords between 6 to 64 characters in length, and you can include your choice of lower case letters, upper case letters, numbers, and punctuation marks. When you build a password containing characters out of three or four of these classes and make it sufficiently long, you're getting pretty close to impossible to crack that password. And now that you've created that super strong password, Random Password Generator will store it for you as well. You can associate an ID with your password—maybe an account name, maybe an email address—as well as leaving a plaintext remark that you think might come in handy at password time. And of course since you're storing sensitive info like this, you can also set a password for Random Password Generator.

Random Password Generator is a free download. You should be able to use it with systems running Windows 2000 and later.

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One Response to “Random Password Generator”

  1. TT says:

    Secure, but completely unrememberable. Too bad it isn’t a passPHRASE generator.

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